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battle with leukemia. the funeral was last saturday. >>> now to the latest on the devastation in japan. at this hour, the country is entering a fourth day of crisis. its worst since world war ii according to the prime minister. the estimated death toll has now passed 10,000. rescue and recovery efforts are straining resources there and a third disaster is developing as technicians work desperately to keep several nuclear reactors from melting down. here is diana alviar. >>. >> reporter: with images that speak for themselves, japan's prime minister spoke frankly. in the 65 years after the end of world war ii, this is the toughest, most difficult crisis for japan. sendai and surrounding areas resemble a war zone as troops race to pull the living from the ruins. this man was pulled nine miles out to sea. he was rescued while floating on his rooftop. another man said he refused to die. my thoughts were focused on my family. i decided to make every effort to survive. but anyone survived the tsunami seems a miracle. witness this massive wall slamming into homes. this woman is pregnant. >> i
. >>> as the death toll rises in japan a small victory for rescue workers. an 80-year-old woman and her 15- year-old grandson were rescued from the rubble. nine days after the earthquake and tsunami hit police were still coming through the area looking for survivors. rescuers found them after she crawled through the rubble to the roof. 7700 died since the monster quake struck last week. >>> howard county family has been watching and worrying as the crisis in japan develops. her daughter is a towsen university student spending the semester in tokyo. she arrived home yesterday to grateful parents who were able to breathe a sigh of relief. paul was at bwi marshall airport for their emotional reunion. >> reporter: edward jacob waits nervously for his daughter's plane. it is listed as being on time. he explains how danielle was over in japan and how they found out about the devastating earthquake. >> she is an exchange student. japanese studies is her major. she was there for a year. we got the phone call from her when it happened. it was a relief to hear her voice. >> reporter: danielle's mother was
. >>> the power company in charge of japan's nuclear reactor said they made a mistake in the water of one reactor. they admitted the numbers were wrong. officials didn't release updated measurements right away. it delayed efforts to stabilize the site. crews are try to jump start the cooling system. there are radiation water in all four of the reactors. >>> now a baltimore woman is giving some of it back after a personal tragedy. the director and founder of the rescue organization lost her home in a devastating fire friday evening and several rescue dogs and cats were kill but her and her family escaped without injuries. they are being helped with donations to get back on their feet. go to the web site to give. >>> forget rivalries, because now it's the team owners. ravens are banning together with steelers. it's not the players that are hurt if games won't be played, it's the fans. >> it's sending a message that fans do matter and we want to be included. >> captain defense has been organizing these protests for weeks. if you want to see what he is planning next, check him out on facebook. >>> i
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